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Goldilocks & The Three Bears

The classic fairy tale in which Goldilocks stumbles upon the Bears house and eats all their porridge, before falling asleep in Little Bears bed! Here we have some stick puppets and masks, ideal to use as visual aids when re-enacting the story in your school or early years setting. We will be updating this section with more resources so please keep checking back.



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Goldilocks masks

Goldilocks & the 3 Bears Masks

Goldilocks and the Three Bears Role-Play Masks

Goldilocks and the Three Bears Stick Puppets

Goldilocks small world background - bedroom

Goldilocks Small World Scenery – Part 1: Bedroom

Goldilocks Stick Puppets

Goldilocks small world background - living room

Goldliocks Small World Scenery – Part 4: Living Room

Goldilocks small world background - forest

Goldliocks Small World Scenery – Part 2: Forest

Goldilocks small world play - kitchen

Goldliocks Small World Scenery – Part 3: Kitchen


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